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. in closing arguments this friday, attorneys for the state of texas argued the state should be released once and for all from the department of its voting business which was clearly authorized. the case is widely expected to wind up before the supreme court where we find the five appointees declaring it's no longer justified. the portion of the act at issue covers nine states and counties and townships and seven others largely in the south that have a history of erecting barriers. in year's past, this took a variety of forums and grandfather tastes that stopped newly formed slaves from voting and literacy tests or simple poll taxes that forced people to pay to vote f they could afford it. after one of the most powerful and courageous social movements in history, one that took the lives of 40 people, lbg signed the voting act in 1975 ending these practices. >> wherever by clear and objective standards, states and counties are using regulations or laws or tests to deny the right to vote. then they will be struck down. if it is clear that state officials still intend to discriminate, then feder
theopeak d th uer lyi thing that texas is going to be able to loose itself. it was interesting that mit romn didot aresshis a al >> pticurly at aorne genel hoer spon that monday and as biden would say the following day, voting rights ishe key aspectf wthe naacisabt. wh youook athe reacons toromn's spch, y unrsta thabecae it wa't speaking to the needs and concerns of the constituents and it was not only what he said, but what he didn't say. his faer tk a rongtand on t ving rhts a h coul't mtionotin rigs onis sech to tnaacn xas wle tre's mor lauit ing sho to m th eitr he doesn't take that issue seriously or wasn't taken that addresso us seriously. >> but it sms toe the's th, the's a suati in mode pitic whe theacia polics a theaciaisto aralsobeddn ayste whe the's st this, there's a split among african-americans in their voting behavior that is unlike any other subdemographic amecan fe. yohavehis suati in whi 95of bckoterre goi to vo for youopponts, rht soit cathis zarr polical latiship i me, trere som pple who are saying, what the heck do you want him to do with the naacp? he's a rublican
in california, texas, florida, and now mexico and china. >> so wait. you're saying -- i want to be clear here. the reliance on monocultures and raising vast tracks of what can be sold in commodity markets, you're saying that's going to happen bufs the farm bill or not. that's not just because of the behavior being distorted by whatever subsidies are there. >> yes. the real sound alternative to raising corn and soybeans would be to have hay, pasture, and small grains in a crop rotation where the livestock are being raised on family farms instead of great big inhumane giant factory farms, big feedlots, now owned and controlled by the very big packing companies that are putting lousy meet and unsafe meat on the market. >> george naylor, corn and soybean farmer from iowa. we're going to have you back and follow it all the way through its trajectory in its florida vote. thanks so much. we'll have you bake. >> thank you very much. >>> the one and only james carville will be with us when we come back. ♪ ♪ i want to go ♪ i want to win [ breathes deeply ] ♪ this is where the dream begins ♪
't rse enoh fits andegetles self no wa and e mket eare to ttin fits and vetabs fromiantarmsn liia, texas, florida, and now mexico and china. >> so wait. you're saying -- i want to be clear here. the relnce mocultes a raisg varack of wha c be sd i cmodity markets, you're saying that's going to happen bufs the farm bill or not. that's not just because of t bevioreingistoed b whever subdiesre ther >>s. th rl sndltertiveo raing cnndoybes wld toavehay, stur a sml gras in a crop rotation where the livestock are being raised on family farms instead of great big inhune gnt ctorfarm bigfelotsow owneand conolle byhe very big pacng comnieshatre putting lousy meet and unsafe meat on the market. >> geoe naylor, corn and ybea farr fm wa. 're ing hav you bac a llowt ahe whrou srajeory i i floda vo. than so ch. we'lhaveou ke. thaouery much >>> the one and onl james carville will be with us when we come back. ♪ ♪ i wt too ♪ i want to win [ breathes deeply ] ♪ this is where the dream begins ♪ ♪ iant gro ♪ wanto t ♪ i c almt toh thsky [ ma annncer evenhe pnet s anlymp dre. w isroud suprt
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